15th October 2018, 07:17
Mecsek Rallye, penultimate round of the Hungarian Championship was this weekend. Biggest question was if the title will be decided now, or will it go down to the wire in Nyíregyháza (which will be ERC candidate event). Hadik won after a steady performance that he wasn't able to produce since the beginning of the year, in front of Turán, who only needed a good result to have the best chances for the title. Vincze finished 3rd after he was surprisingly off the pace here. Results:
1. Hadik-Deák, Ford Fiesta R5 1:27:03.6
2. Turán-Bagaméri, Ford Fiesta R5 +10.3
3. Vincze-Bacigál, Skoda Fabia R5 +28.7
4. Kazár-Tóth, Skoda Fabia R5 +1:10.4
5. Ranga-Holczer, Skoda Fabia R5 +2:00.1
6. Bodolai-Popovics, Ford Fiesta R5 +2:02.8
7. Trencsényi-Verba, Skoda Fabia R5 +3:15.5
8. Kovács-Istovics, Ford Fiesta R5 +3:18.7
9. Matics-Németh, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +4:49.1
10. Lencse-Kovács, Ford Fiesta R5 +4:53.7
Notable retirements: Balogh - crash, Velenczei - crash, Osváth - overheating.
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16th October 2018, 10:45
On the other hand I cannot imagine why they approved to have two so important events in Baltic region in same weekend...
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19th October 2018, 20:12
Αres leading with 0,4 sec Bouffier after the super special stage at Sordos karting La Roca
20th October 2018, 08:18
Seen that clip from another angle. Like to know who the clown standing between the snappers and the track was filming the cars on his phone!
Originally Posted by dimviii
20th October 2018, 10:52
Miguel Fuster and Ivan Ares fighting well each other after SS5. Fuster is leading the way but only for a bunch of seconds (8''). Bouffier had some problems in the last stage and is down to 4th position, behind Joan Vinyes' Suzuki Swift N5.
21st October 2018, 07:29
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21st October 2018, 11:36
Finally, Miguel Fuster won the Cantabria Rally in Spain. Ivan Ares, second, and Bryan Bouffier, third.
The next round of the Spanish Championship will be on Fuster's ground, so we'll see how Ares can manage to keep leading the overall class.